Careers

Looking for a job at Greenfield? Greenfield Global offers rewarding careers in many fields and locations, from science to sales and from Quebec to Kentucky.  Below is a list of current openings.  We look forward to your application!

Greenfield is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to the attraction, selection, advancement and fair treatment of all individuals, we respect the needs of all our employees.
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Production Operator – Brampton

LOCATION: Brampton Packaging Facility
DEPARTMENT: Production
REPORTS TO: Production Team Leaders
POSTING DATE: January 18, 2018

Position Overview:

Based at the Brampton Packaging Facility, the Production Operator role supports the packaging business by operating process equipment in a safe and efficient manner while processing alcohol and solvents.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Forklift operation
  • Preparation and filling of drums
  • Blending chemicals
  • Loading, unloading and line work
  • Visually inspects equipment at periodic intervals to detect malfunction, need for repair, adjustment or lubrication
  • Cleans and sanitizes process equipment as required
  • Maintains cleanliness and sanitation of process areas
  • Adheres to and fully complies with the Company’s Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality Procedures.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Community college technical certificate or diploma
  • Minimum 3 years in a plant environment
  • WHMIS certified
  • Valid Ontario Driver’s License
  • Experience with the transportation of dangerous goods
  • Aptitude for mechanics
  • Some shipping/receiving experience
  • Health and Safety Committee experience
  • Excellent communication skills.

Qualities: 

  • Comfortable in a dynamic, fast-paced, customer focused environment
  • Positive attitude and work ethic
  • Ability to work overtime and rotate between different shift times
  • Highest regard for safety
  • Ability to work overtime and rotate between different shift times.

 

Reliability Specialist – Tiverton

LOCATION: Tiverton
DEPARTMENT: Operations
REPORTS TO: Operations Coordinator
POSTING DATE: January 29, 2018

Position Overview: The Reliability Specialist will, in coordination with the Operations Coordinator, lead the reliability program at the plant in conjunction with the plant 3-5 year project plan, develop maintenance equipment strategies and ensure asset master data is continually monitored. This role will ‘build’ reliability into operational and plant processes on a short and long term scale.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Build and maintain the Computerized Maintenance Management System (MAXIMO) and utilize to its full potential including:
    • Asset management of all the plant’s equipment and inventory
    • Maintain and update P&ID’s as needed
    • Create and sustain equipment replacement planning strategies and continually upgrade existing programs such as vibration analysis, ultrasonic and oil analysis
    • Develop 4-5 week operations work scheduling with PM planning and participate in outage planning
    • Lead reliability planner for asset master data, work management, asset health management, inventory management and defect elimination
    • Ensure standards are maintained when integrating and implementing new equipment
  • Champions any new maintenance information system upgrades or changes
  • Responsible for building reliability into site projects – reliability reviews and equipment strategies
  • Responsible for performing audits on plant parts inventory stores, on a continual basis
  • Creates reports or assists in creating reports on maintenance costs
  • Participate as an active member of the Reliability Peer Group and keep in time with new initiatives from the group to utilize at the plant
  • Cost Optimization of projects and researching alternate technologies and investigating better or more suitable parts
  • Adheres to all safety policies and requirements prescribed in GFE-SMS-4.4.6-06 PPE Procedure
  • Acts as a role model, demonstrating collaborative behaviours and ensuring high team standards
  • This person may be the backup on occasion for the Operations Coordinator.

Education:

  • Completion of an Engineering degree (preferably mechanical) or related technical post-secondary diploma
  • Experience with reliability process considered an asset
  • Experience in a continuous operation facility considered an asset.

PERSONAL QUALITIES:

  • Effectively communicate a team-based environment
  • Can multitask and handles tasks of varying complexity
  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity and commitment coupled with the ability to accept change.

Customer Service Representative – Brampton

LOCATION: Brampton Packaging Facility
DEPARTMENT: Administration
REPORTS TO: Brampton Packaging Facility Manager
POSTING DATE: February 1, 2018

Position Overview:
Reporting to the Packaging Facility Manager, the Customer Service Representative is responsible for processing product orders for accounts located in Canada.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Process product orders received by telephone, fax and e-mail and enter into ERP system
  • Provide customers with Order Confirmation
  • Assist with document requests (forwarding to Quality Dept. when required)
  • Complete credit memos and provide other information to the Packaging Accounting Clerk to assist with freight claims
  • Handle document/information requests from the CRA and other government agencies
  • Verify any extra charges from transport companies with the customer or transport company to the Accounting Administrator/Administrative Assistant for resolution
  • Complete Return Authorization forms and arrange for returns when required
  • Maintain pricing data for packaged sales customers
  • Assist with inventory reports and customer information for production planning purposes
  • Assist accounting with information related to receivables and payment reconciliations relating to customer accounts
  • Perform invoicing activities, issue drum credits and product return credits
  • Perform data entry of daily packaging production and stock transfers
  • Prepare paperwork for shipping, bills of lading and invoices for customer orders
  • Log customer complaints as they are received and distribute to affected Manager
  • Track customer Excise permits, and ensure that pertinent approvals and information are up-to -date.
  • Provide back-up support to the Administrative Assistant and Distribution Coordinator during vacation / absences
  • Adheres to and fully complies with the Company’s Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality Procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of two years of experience in a Customer Service or Sales role
  • Bilingualism (English/ French) would be an asset
  • Working knowledge of ERP systems
  • Strong communications skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively.

IT Service Desk Analyst – Mississauga

LOCATION: Mississauga
DEPARTMENT: Information Technology
REPORTS TO: Manager of IT Service Delivery
POSTING DATE: February 8, 2018

Position Overview

As part of a Global support team, the IT Service Desk Analyst is responsible for providing technical support to all employees as well as providing an exceptional customer service experience day in and day out. We are looking for bright, ambitious analysts who are highly energetic and have a passion for success. Just like technology, our environment is constantly changing and we are looking for candidates who are willing to learn and grow with these opportunities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical support and customer service to local and remote staff
  • Strong Windows, application and hardware support and experience
  • Provide support for Microsoft Office Suite, Windows 7 & 10 Operating Systems, Active Directory, Group Policies, printer queues, shared files and shared printers
  • Support mobile devices management platform as well as iPhone & Android devices
  • Log into ticketing and call queue daily to track active issues until closure
  • Create and maintain IT policies and procedure
  • Deployment of desktops, laptops and other technical equipment
  • Collect and document information pertaining to inventory and asset tracking
  • Assist in the development of the customer solutions knowledge base
  • Identify process improvements to reduce tickets and improve on the time to close tickets
    Participate in departmental projects and team collaboration various IT groups
  • Attending and participate in various team and department meetings
  • Dedicate time to personal development and training
  • Research and Development of new products and services to enhance IT portfolio.

 Qualifications:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong Windows client and server application support and experience
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
  • Post-secondary education in an IT discipline with 2 years’ experience in an IT support role
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment.

 Preferred Skills

  • Experience working with Active Directory, Windows Server 2008/2012, Exchange Server 2010/2016
  • Help Desk/Service Desk Ticket Tracking Software
  • Project experience implementing Windows 10
  • Application configuration and deployment
  • Experience with monitoring and benchmarking
  • ITIL Foundation
  • Experience with Microsoft SCCM & Windows Deployment Server
  • Understanding of networking concepts such as DNS, DHCP, TCP/IP and OSI Model.

Requirements

  • This position will require occasional travel to US and Canada to provide onsite support
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Ability to provide after hours on-call support.

Accounts Payable Administrator – Mississauga

LOCATION:  Mississauga
DEPARTMENT: Accounting
REPORTS TO: Accounting Operations Manager, Canada
POSTING DATE: March 1, 2018

Position Overview:

Reporting to the Accounting Operations Manager, the successful candidate is a true team player, participating in the day-to-day activities of the Accounts Payable function of the Accounting department.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review purchasing documentation for completeness and compliance with policies and procedures
  • Vendor maintenance, including new vendor set up in the accounting system
  • Daily processing of supplier invoices: matching invoices with purchase orders, and entering invoices into the accounting system
  • Process disbursements for appropriate vendors, suppliers and other external parties
  • Manage cheque runs and electronic funds transfers (EFTs)
  • Maintain contact with vendors on a regular basis to ensure accounts are up to date
  • Communicate with vendors regarding payments and billing issues
  • Perform periodic reconciliation of vendor statements and follow-up on discrepancies
  • Serve as liaison between business units and vendors in the resolution of problems, discrepancies and inquiries
  • Provide advice and assistance to internal stakeholders with respect to adherence to corporate policies, procedures and guidelines
  • Assist in managing the accounts payable inbox
  • Participate in process improvement projects, such as EFT and ERP implementation
  • Coordinate mail and couriers between sites and external parties
  • Create Purchase orders for capital and expense purchases
  • Perform general administrative and office duties including reception coverage as needed
  • Other duties as assigned.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary school diploma/degree in Accounting is required
  • Previous Accounts Payable of more than 3 years is required
  • Effective communication, investigation and problem solving skills
  • Solid understanding of finance and accounting concepts with the ability to calculate discounts, interest, proportions, percentages and tax
  • Ability to analyze and present numerical data in tables, spreadsheets, etc.
  • Strong computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word)
  • Working knowledge and experience with accounting software. Exposure to Microsoft Navision would be an asset
  • Proactive and ability to work independently, escalating issues when appropriate
  • Ability to deal with individuals at all levels in a fast-paced, demanding environment, often with tight deadlines and multiple deliverables
  • Strong organizational skills with a keen eye to detail
  • Ability to spot potentially fraudulent or dishonest activities.

Process Operator – Chatham

LOCATION: Chatham
DEPARTMENT: Production
REPORTS TO: Production Manager
POSTING DATE: March 15, 2018

Position Overview:
A Process Operator will, as part of a shift operating team, perform work with the ability of Greenfield’s Core Principles to be Innovative, Collaborative, Agile, Disciplined, and Responsible.

The equipment used to operate the facility includes but is not limited to hammermills, dryers, fermenters, pumps, blowers, augers, evaporators, centrifuges, boilers, waste water treatment, chillers, distillation towers, mole sieves, DCS, lab sampling equipment as examples. The Process Operator will operate in such a way as to maintain the safe and efficient manufacture of alcohol and other co-products that the plant produces. This individual will solve practical problems using a team approach.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Monitor operations using a combination of computer displays (DCS), meters, gauges and recording devices
  • Prepare lock outs and permits for safe work, line breaking, confined space and other tasks as required
  • Monitor the process and make the required adjustments to maintain product quality
  • Work to ensure plant startups, shutdowns and all procedures are completed according to SOP’s and all safety policies/procedures are in order to maximize both employee, contractor and equipment safety, production volumes and quality of products
  • Accurately record data, actions, incidents, instructions, deviations, in written (logbooks, field logs) or computerized format (e-logs, emails)
  • Responsible for maintaining a high standard of housekeeping plant wide using 5S standards.
  • Assists with spill cleanup and plant emergencies when necessary
  • Visually inspect equipment at periodic intervals to detect malfunctions, need for repair, adjustment or lubrication
  • Provide technical troubleshooting expertise in the detection and correction of operational problems
  • Responsible for checking email and Daily Operating Instructions each shift and responding as required. Responsible for reviewing log books for period absent from work
  • Participate in planning activities for routine outages as well as yearly shutdowns
  • Complete training as required by the Operations Progression Training Program
  • Actively participate in continuous plant improvements
  • Participate as required in our Root Cause Analysis Program, Design review, HAZOPs and continuous improvement teams
  • Review or write procedures as required
  • Assist in plant surveillance and security
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Completion of a related technical post-secondary diploma / degree
  • Three to five years relevant work experience. Experience in a continuous operation facility is an asset.

Qualities:

  • A self-starter with excellent communication skills and an ability to work well within team environment
  • Must be comfortable managing multiple tasks of varying complexity
  • Must be willing to learn and take direction from others
  • Forward-thinking and resourceful individual with demonstrated troubleshooting capabilities
  • Holds a high regard for safety and conducts work in a manner that is an example for others
  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity, respect and commitment coupled with the ability to accept and drive change.

Human Resources Coordinator – One Year Contract – Chatham

LOCATION: Chatham
DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
REPORTS TO: Director of Human Resources
POSTING DATE: March 29, 2018

Position Overview:

Under the direction of the Director of Human Resources – Bulk Manufacturing Ontario, this position supports the HR function for the Chatham plant, and the GET Demo Plant and R&D Center in the areas of recruitment and selection, policy compliance, performance management, training, KPI data management and general HR administration duties.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides support to staff to ensure compliance with policies, practices and procedures for HR specific issues
  • Coordinates recruitment and supports the selection process for local job postings
  • Organizes and conducts new employee orientations and monitors progress of new employees
  • Provides staff with information pertaining to employee benefits and retirement savings. This includes RRSP and benefit enrollment, STD/LTD benefits applications, etc
  • Monitors absences and works with EH&S Manager on WSIB case management when necessary
  • Supports the HRIS (Dayforce) time/attendance program. Is the point of contact for the GET site, overseeing department data input and approval prior to payroll processing. Train new employees on data input and usage of the program. Is a backup to the HR Administrator for the Chatham input and approval process
  • Works with the managers to ensure all employees have received a formal annual performance evaluation. A gap analysis to be completed and reported to the Director of Human Resources – Bulk Manufacturing Ontario
  • Works with HR Administrator to track and report on HR KPI’s
  • Works with the HR Administrator to support in-house training and manage record keeping
  • Provides assistance with HR project work as assigned
  • Ensures employee files are complete and up to date
  • Stays current with HR best practices
  • Other duties as assigned.

 Education and Experience:

  • Post-secondary diploma or degree in the area of Human Resources Management
  • CHRP Candidate would be an asset
  • Must have a minimum of three years of experience in an HR function
  • Experience with an HRIS system required.

Skills and Qualities:

  • A self-starter showing strong leadership skills and initiative
  • Ability to analyze a situation and challenge individuals to get to the root of the problem
  • Holds a high regard for confidentiality
  • This individual must have excellent communication skills and an ability to communicate with sensitivity when necessary
  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity and commitment coupled with the ability to accept and drive change.

E & I Technician – Johnstown

LOCATION:  Johnstown
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Manager
POSTING DATE: March 29, 2018

Position Overview:

Working in our Johnstown Plant, the incumbent will be part of a group of skilled tradespeople who carry out instrument and electrical work. Accountable for maintenance, Preventative Maintenance, working on process control equipment, shutdowns on equipment, optimization of all plant and field instrumentation and electrical systems and equipment.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Provide technical knowledge to support both day-to-day operations, improvement work and project support in the electrical and instrumentation field
  • Troubleshoot, repair, maintain, calibrate, alter/modify and make installations to the facility’s electrical and instrumentation systems, in a professional, safe and timely fashion
  • Work with users, other facility staff and vendors to provide electrical and instrumentation expertise and to evaluate the effectiveness of systems in order to ensure the safe, efficient and reliable operation of facilities
  • Perform Predictive Maintenance and Preventive Maintenance tasks as required
  • Work in accordance with all E&I standards and electrical safety codes
  • Compile and maintain all information and documentation relevant to the position (Maintenance Work Orders, ESA Log, update drawings, files, records, manuals, etc.)
  • Work with Operations and Maintenance personnel to resolve production losses due to equipment failures; participate in Root Cause Analyses (RCA), Failure Analysis and assist to develop plans to prevent reoccurrence of failures
  • Ensure that all work is performed in full compliance with Standard Operating Procedures, Work Instructions, established safety standards, specifications, regulations and codes
  • Works as a member of a team and/or individually to achieve all outcomes
  • Participate in cross-functional teams for RCA, PSSR, CI Projects, Outages and other committees
  • Work after hours and be available for “on-call” as required to support Plant operations.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Current Ontario Industrial Electrician and/or Construction and Maintenance Electrician License (309A or 442A Journeyperson)
  • Apprenticeship or college diploma in instrumentation
  • PLC maintenance troubleshooting and programming skills would be an asset
  • Practical experience with VFD’s, Servo controls, Pneumatics and Power Distribution Systems
  • Demonstrated commitment to safety and the environment
  • Strong electrical and instrumentation aptitude with working knowledge of Distributed Control Systems.
  • At least five years’ experience in electrical instrumentation and control system maintenance in a large-scale manufacturing and/or continuous process environment is an asset
  • Computer skills – working knowledge of basic Maintenance management software (MAXIMO would be an asset) and Microsoft Applications
  • Capability to read, interpret and utilize blueprints and drawings
  • Strong customer service orientation
  • Highly flexible, proactive and self-motivated
  • Willing to participate in skill enhancement
  • Strong problem-solving skills.

Systems Administrator – Mississauga

LOCATION: Mississauga
DEPARTMENT: Information Technology
REPORTS TO: Manager of IT Infrastructure and Operations
POSTING DATE: April 9, 2018

Posting Overview:
The Systems Administrator will maintain, modify, install and support Greenfield’s network and systems infrastructure. Greenfield runs in a 24/7 environment. Some duties are required to be performed during off hours.

Greenfield has 14 sites with over 500 users. The Systems Administrator will be assigned primary duties and responsibilities while also serving as backup administrator to other System Administrators. These systems will include both Windows and Linux operating systems with many different applications/services.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Microsoft SCCM, Active Directory, Exchange and VMware administration
• Lead and perform Windows 10 Upgrade with operations & service desk teams
• Install and maintain production hardware and software
• Monitor networks to ensure security and availability
• Evaluate and modify system performance
• Perform day to day operational activities and technical support to service desk team.
• Document procedures for system administration activities
• Follow Information technology policies and procedures
• Complete knowledge transfers of infrastructure systems and procedures to team members as well as first level support
• Participates in cross functional projects and team collaboration
• Must be able to travel to US and Canada to provide onsite support
• Other duties as assigned.

Skills and Qualifications
• Completion of a related technical post-secondary diploma/degree
• 5+ years of experience working with Domain Controllers and Active Directory
• 5+ years of experience working with Windows OS Upgrades
• 3+ years of experience working with Microsoft SQL
• 3+ years of experience working with VMWare
• 2+ years of experience working with SCCM
• 2+ years of experience working with Microsoft IIS
• Experience working with Linux LAMP stack
• Ability to think and adapt quickly to meet business needs
• Ability to maintain composure and instill confidence while managing multiple aspects of core business processes.

Project Engineer – Johnstown

LOCATION:  Johnstown
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance
REPORTS TO: Plant Manager
POSTING DATE: April 19th, 2018

Position Overview:

The Project Engineer plays a role in supporting the Plant Engineer / Project manager in the daily activities in support of other plant departments and in the execution of Capital projects from the Business Case through commissioning.

This person is expected to build knowledge of the plant processes, in the contractor safety program, the project management stage gate process, the OH&S Act, the construction codes and the MOC / PSSR procedures of the plant.

The Project Engineer will work closely with the sponsors of all projects to ensure the maximum of information is provided from all stakeholders, so the deliverables, the technical feasibility and constructability issues of all business cases are clearly defined.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform technical project front-end scoping studies, to identify, develop process technologies improvement opportunities which can be included in the medium/long term CAPEX plan of the plant
  • Support the Plant engineer in the development of the “Capital Project plan” for the year to come; ensuring that the supporting documents (P&IDs, layouts, vendor data, preliminary execution scope, cost estimates, etc.) are included with the business cases when required
  • Provide Business Case support in the form of technical or/and cost estimates to the project sponsors during the project Scope definition stage
  • Provides technical assistance to the Maintenance and Production departments for trouble-shooting, problem solving, continuous improvement activities, and equipment inspection. (Ex. engineering document search, solution identification, industry standard reference like API, ASME, etc.)
  • During the Capital projects equipment selection phase, work in collaboration with the maintenance department to support the equipment reliability program and store spare part standardization
  • Ensure that for all projects, constructability/execution issues are addressed during scope definition and tender
  • During the construction ensure that all “OH&S Act & Regulation”, “OH&S Act & Regulation for construction projects” including Greenfield “Contractor Environment, Health & Safety rules are followed.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Chemical, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering degree
  • P. Eng. registration with Professional Engineers Ontario
  • 3 – 7 years’ experience in Project Management in an industrial environment
  • P. Eng. registration with L’Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec would be an asset
  • Experience in a chemical manufacturing plant would be an asset
  • Experience with drafting software like AutoCad would be an asset
  • PMP certification would be an asset.